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Ohio State Football annual Spring Game is today!

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

Ohio Stadium panaramic view 2007 photo CC BY 3.0, https en.wikipedia.org

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 2019 LifeSports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide, will take place this Saturday, April 13, at 12 noon at Ohio Stadium. The forecast, as of today, is calling for fine, spring-like temps in the mid-60s and partly sunny skies. And no rain!

Won’t be playing with a full deck
The stadium capacity will be set at 76,000 – and we’re over 65,000 tickets distributed now – with construction and renovation taking place in the north end of C Deck. Some tickets are still available at http://go.osu.edu/19FBSpringGameTix.

Ryan Day ends his first Spring as Ohio State head coach (megasportsnews.com)

General admission prices are $5, plus there will be a limited number of $15 reserved club seats. Applicable service charges may apply.

Children under the age of 6 are free in the general admission areas only. Current OSU students get in free with a valid OSU ID. Gates open at 10 a.m.

Game mechanics
The game will feature a Scarlet and a Gray team getting after each other through four, 10-minute quarters. The second half will feature a running clock. There will be no live kicking, except for extra points and field goals. The football will be put in play at the 35 after the initial coin toss and all subsequent scores. All punts will be fair caught.

Quarterbacks will be “off limits” and wearing black jerseys.

On the air: BTN & WBNS 97.1
The spring game will be televised by the Big Ten Network with Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis and Bobby Carpenter describing the action. The game can also be heard on Sports Radio 97.1 The Fan, and select stations around the state on the Ohio State IMG Sports Network, with veteran Buckeye announcers Paul Keels and Jim Lachey on the call.

More than one shining moment
Ohio State’s two first-team All-Americans this past season, center Michael Jordan and defensive tackle Dre’mont Jones, will be honored during the first timeout of the first quarter. Members of the 2018 team will receive their Big Ten/Rose Bowl championship rings in between the first and second quarters. Former Buckeyes, including current NFL Buckeyes, attending the game will be recognized in the second quarter.

Ohio State vs. Michigan
The Ohio State baseball team will be hosting Michigan Saturday at 2 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium. Use your spring game ticket stub plus $1 dollar to get into the baseball stadium and root, root, root for the home team … while tickets last. The two teams close out the series Sunday at 1:05 p.m.

Ohio State’s softball team will also be hosting Michigan this weekend. Saturday’s start time is also 2 p.m. Sunday’s finale first pitch will be 1 p.m. The games are free to attend.

 

 

Ohio State recognizes outstanding Student-Athletes at Scholar-Athlete dinner

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Leann Parker; COURTESY OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

2019 Ohio State Scholar-Athletes

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State Department of Athletics held the 52nd-annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner Wednesday in the Archie M. Griffin Ballroom at the Ohio Union to honor its student-athletes for their academic and athletic accomplishments. At the event, 674 Ohio State Scholar-Athletes were recognized and a number of senior awards were given out.

 

The finalists for the Big Ten Medal of Honor, which is awarded to one male and one female student from the graduating class of each member institution who has demonstrated excellence on and off the field throughout their college career, were revealed at the dinner. The highest honor a student competing in conference athletics can achieve in the Big Ten, the award was established in 1915 and was the first award in intercollegiate athletics to demonstrate support for the educational emphasis placed on athletics. During the past century, the Big Ten Medal of Honor has been awarded to more than 1,300 honorees. These individuals have translated their campus experience into success in all walks of life.

 

The Ohio State Big Ten Medal of Honor finalists for 2019 on the women’s side are Lauren Boyle (ice hockey), Alyssa Hoying (synchronized swimming), Devon Kerr (soccer), Lilli Piper (softball) and Karrington Winters (track). For the men, the finalists are Marc-Antoine Blais Belanger (fencing), Cole Gorski (track), Mason Jobst (hockey), Martin Joyce (tennis) and Sanil Thomas (volleyball).

 

Four Buckeye sports programs were recognized for their performances in the classroom.

 

Women’s swimming and diving was recognized for having the highest grade-point average among teams with large rosters, while the women’s volleyball team received the honor among the teams with small rosters. Synchronized swimming was honored for having the most improved team GPA among the teams with large rosters and the women’s basketball team was honored as most improved GPA for the teams with small rosters.

 

Fencer Gabriella Leccese was the recipient of both the Leann Grimes-Davidge Award and the John Dana Cole Award. The Leann Grimes-Davidge Award, which is a tribute to Grimes-Davidge’s contributions to athletics at Ohio State, is given annually to a female athlete who reflects Grimes-Davidge’s outstanding qualities of athletic performance, scholarship, character, campus or community involvement and leadership. A member of the Ohio State women’s tennis team, Grimes-Davidge won four state and Big Ten titles. She graduated from Ohio State summa cum laude and received her master’s degree from Miami University where she served as the head women’s tennis coach. The John Dana Cole Award, established in 1966 by a gift through the Development Fund from John D. Cole, provides a one-time stipend for post-graduate studies at Ohio State. The recipient of the scholarship is a student-athlete who shows the promise of success in his/her chosen field and has demonstrated academic achievement (3.00 GPA minimum).

 

The Corwin A. Fergus Memorial Award was given to Sasha Larocque of the men’s hockey team, men’s gymnast David Szarvas, wrestler Joseph McKenna and synchronized swimmer Alyssa Hoying. Fergus scholars are male or female student-athletes who have excelled in athletics, achieved academically (3.00 GPA minimum), demonstrated positive qualities of character and citizenship and shown potential for success in a graduate or professional program. Established in 1967, the award is given in memory of Corwin A. Fergus, a member of the Ohio State football team (1912-14), a graduate of the Ohio State School of Law and later a successful businessman. The award reflects his strong commitment to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence and his positive contributions to society. The $5,000 postgraduate scholarships, which each are renewable for up to three years, can be utilized for graduate study or professional programs at Ohio State.

 

Szarvas also was the recipient of the Pierce Phoenix Award, which is given to a student-athlete who has excelled in academics, athletics and personal growth attained through perseverance and hard work. The award is to be used to attend graduate or professional school at Ohio State, with preference given to someone who intends to enroll in the Fisher College of Business.

 

In addition, Szarvas joined synchronized swimmer Alyssa Hoying as the Varsity O Scholarship Award winners. The Varsity O award provides each scholar-athlete selected (one male/one female) with a one-time stipend of $4,000 for postgraduate studies at Ohio State. The ideal candidate maintained a 3.0 GPA or higher during undergraduate studies, earned a varsity letter and performed community service.

 

Rower Madison Sheahan and Jacyn Reeves of the women’s ice hockey team both received the M/I Homes Foundation Award, which has been awarded annually since 1976. The award was one of the first designed specifically to recognize and promote women’s achievements in intercollegiate athletics at Ohio State. It provides an outstanding female scholar-athlete $5,000 for postgraduate studies at Ohio State. The award is based on demonstrated athletic and academic success as well as community contributions through involvement in civic or university organizations.

 

Five Buckeyes were selected for the Woody and Anne Hayes Award – Bailey Urbach from the rifle team, synchronized swimmer Rachel Warren, Hannah Gantt of the women’s lacrosse team and two members of the men’s hockey team, Brendon Kearney and John Wiitala. The award, established in 1979, provides one or more varsity athletes with financial assistance for postgraduate studies. The recipients of this scholarship are student-athletes who have demonstrated academic achievement (3.00 GPA minimum) and leadership qualities.

 

Ohio State football team has 47 players honored as Scholar-Athletes

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jerry Emig; COURTESY OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Academic All-American Jordan Fuller, 4-time honoree Kevin Woidke lead academic achievers

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – First-team Academic All-American Jordan Fuller, a marketing major from Old Tappan, N.J., and Kevin Woidke, a two-year letterman from Cleveland whose on field efforts have recently earned him a scholarship, lead nearly half a roster of Ohio State football Buckeyes – 47 in all – who have earned OSU Scholar-Athlete honors for the 2018-19 academic calendar.

 

A total of 674 student-athletes – those with 3.00 or better grade point averages for the year – were honored in the Archie M. Griffin Ballroom at the Ohio Union this evening during the department’s 52nd annual scholar-athlete banquet.

 

Fuller, who carries a 3.81 overall grade point average and is majoring in marketing, is an OSU Scholar-Athlete for a third time. His impressive academic credentials include being named a Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar, Academic all-Big Ten (twice) and second-team Academic All-American in 2017 when he was a sophomore.

 

He tied for the team lead in tackles last season with 81 and he was second to Jerome Baker in 2017. Fuller enters his senior season with the Buckeyes with a team-high 162 career tackles.

 

Woidke earns the distinction of being the only football player this spring who is a four-time OSU Scholar-Athlete. He has played in every game the past two seasons when the Buckeyes captured back-to-back Big Ten titles and won Cotton and Rose bowl games.

 

Three-time scholar-athlete honorees include: Drue Chrisman, Gavin Cupp, Brock Davin, Luke Farrell, Jake Hausmann, Dre’mont Jones, Bryan Kristan, Liam McCullough and C.J. Saunders.

 

Jones, a first-team All-American this past season who has graduated with his degree in sociology, led a corps of 21 players who were also named to the Academic All-Big Ten team last fall.

 

A total of 12 true freshmen earned OSU Scholar-Athlete accolades.

 

2018-19 Football Scholar-Athletes

*Indicates 2018 Academic All-Big Ten honoree (must be a sophomore academically); class indicates current academic standing

§  Fr. WR Kamryn Babb – management & industry exploring

§  Fr. QB Matthew Baldwin – business administration

§  Fr. SAF Ryan Batsch – exploring majors

§  Fr. K Jack Cappabianca – management & industry exploring

§  Jr. P Drue Chrisman* – consumer and family financial services

§  Gr. QB Chris Chugunov* – sport management

§  So. DL Aaron Cox* – Science & technology exploration

§  Jr. OL Gavin Cupp* – Human development & family science

§  Jr. TE Brock Davin* – finance

§  So. SAF Kevin Dever* – Finance

§  Jr. DL Noah Donald – Industrial and systems engineering

§  Fr. SAF Luke Donovan – Business

§  Jr. SAF Owen Fankhauser – Human development & family science

§  Jr. TE Luke Farrell* – Health promotion, nutrition & exercise science

§  Fr. DE Tyler Friday – Management & industry exploring

§  Jr. SAF Jordan Fuller* – marketing

§  Fr. LB Dallas Gant – Management & industry exploring

§  Fr. H-B Jaelen Gill – Communications

§  Fr. DL Zaid Hamdan – Science & technology exploration

§  So. K Blake Haubeil* – Communications

§  Jr. TE Jake Hausmann* – Communications

§  Sr. LB Justin Hilliard – Marketing

§  Jr. LB Logan Hittle* – Sport industry

§  Fr. OL Jack Jamieson – Management & industry exploring

§  Fr. RB Xavier Johnson – Management & industry exploring

§  Gr. DT Dre’mont Jones* – Sociology

§  Fr. LB Cade Kacherski – Finance

§  Sr. K Bryan Kristan* – Finance

§  Fr. OL Chris Kuhn – Mathematics

§  Jr. LS Liam McCullough* – Finance

§  Fr. LS Roen McCullough – Finance

§  Jr. RB Amari McMahon* – Biology

§  Jr. P Jake Metzer* – Electrical and computer engineering

§  Fr. LB Teradja Mitchell – Management & industry exploring

§  Fr. OL Nicholas Petit-Frere – Operations management

§  Jr. LS Bradley Robinson* – Human development & family science

§  So. RB Mitch Rossi* – Sport industry

§  Fr. TE Jeremy Ruckert – Exploring majors

§  Sr. WR C.J. Saunders* – Accounting

§  Fr. LB Ben Schmiesing – Business

§  Fr. DE Tyreke Smith – Science & technology exploration

§  Fr. RB Master Teague – Exploring majors

§  Fr. DT Taron Vincent – Management & industry exploring

§  So. LB Pete Werner* – Exploring majors

§  Fr. DT Alex Williams – Fashion &and retail studies

§  So. CB Marcus Williamson* – History

§  Sr. OL Kevin Woidke* – Real estate and urban analysis

 

#GoBucks

 

THE PEOPLE. THE TRADITION. THE EXCELLENCE.

 

88th Annual Ohio State Football Clinic set for April 11-13

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jerry Emig; COURTESY OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Chris Spielman, Steve Specht, Ted Ginn Sr. and Ted Ginn Jr. to be honored

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 88th annual Ohio State football clinic will take place Thursday, April 11 through Saturday, April 13 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and will culminate at the LifeSports Spring Game, presented by Nationwide, at noon Saturday in Ohio Stadium.

 

New Ohio State head coach Ryan Day and upwards of a dozen speakers will present on various aspects of football coaching as featured speakers. Day will speak Friday at 12:10 p.m. on how to organize a game plan.

 

All five of Ohio State’s newest assistant coaches will also present at the clinic:

 

§  Quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Mike Yurcich will address QB footwork and drills, and the intermediate passing game, Thursday at 6:10 p.m.

§  Co-defensive coordinator Greg Mattison will also present Thursday at 6:10 p.m. He’ll address Ohio State’s defensive philosophy and goals.

§  Special team’s coordinator and assistant secondary coach Matt Barnes will speak on coaching fundamentals through special teams at 11:35 a.m. Friday.

§  Co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach Jeff Hafley will speak on defensive back techniques, Friday at 1:40 p.m.

§  Linebacker’s coach Al Washington will address defeating blocks, the art of confrontation, at 2:15 p.m. Friday.

 

Ohio State wide receivers coach Brian Hartline and offensive line coach Greg Studrawa are also among the featured speakers that include Boston College head coach Steve Addazio, Wittenberg coach Joe Fincham, and leadership expert Tim Kight, from Focus 3.

 

Honorees include three-time high school state champion coach Steve Specht, from St. Xavier, and Ted Ginn Sr., who has produced 19 NFL players as head coach at Glenville. They will each receive “Ohio’s Finest” awards Thursday evening for the high school level.

 

Buckeye great Ted Ginn Jr., who has caught 379 passes for 5,281 yards and 31 touchdowns through 12 NFL seasons so far, will be honored Thursday with the collegiate “Ohio’s Finest” award.

 

And Chris Spielman, Ohio State’s two-time consensus All-American and Lombardi Award winner who went on to star for 12 years in the NFL, will receive the “Ohio’s Finest” award for an NFL player on Friday.

 

The coaching clinic kicks off at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 11, with a series of speakers and awards. The clinic will continue Friday morning with an Ohio State practice session and then additional lectures and honors, beginning at noon. Registered clinic attendees also get a ticket to the spring game.

 

Coaches can sign up for the clinic at the following link: http://go.osu.edu/FBCoachesClinic19.

 

Spring Game Tickets

Tickets for the spring game are available at http://go.osu.edu/19FBSpringGameTix. General admission prices are $5, plus there will be a limited number of $15 reserved club seats. Applicable service charges may apply.

 

Tickets can also be purchased in person at the OSU Athletics Ticket Office, or by calling 1-800-GOBUCKS (select option 3).  Group tickets – $4 for groups of 50 or more – are available by calling the Group Sales Office at 1-800-GOBUCKS (select Option 2). Fans requiring wheelchair accessible seating are encouraged to purchase accessible seats in advance.

 

Children under the age of 6 are free in the general admission areas only (everyone in club seating areas will be required to have a ticket). Current OSU students get in free with a valid OSU ID.

 

#GoBucks

 

THE PEOPLE. THE TRADITION. THE EXCELLENCE.

 

Buckeyes 2nd half spurt too much for Northwestern

POSTGAME NOTES WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

Kaleb Wesson led the Buckeyes with 22 points, 7 rebounds and stayed out of foul trouble for the second straight game

Freshman Duane Washington Jr. was valuable off the bench with 8 points, 5 rebounds in 27:37 of playing time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTGAME NOTES

Ohio State 63 (17-9, 7-8 B1G), Northwestern 49 (12-14, 3-12 B1G)

Feb. 20, 2019 Value City Arena – Columbus, Ohio

 

GAME/SERIES

 Ohio State is 119-46 in the all-time series against Northwestern and 69-15 in Columbus.

 The Buckeyes improve to 113-38 in Value City Arena.

 

TEAM

 Ohio State held the Wildcats to just 20 points in the first half. The last time the Buckeyes held a Big Ten opponent to 20 or fewer points in the first half was against Minnesota (1/20/18), holding the Gophers to just 18.

 The Buckeyes outscored the Wildcats in the paint, 40-22.

 The Ohio State bench outscored the Northwestern bench, 27-19.

 When the Buckeyes lead at the half, the team is 13-3 on the season.

 

CHRIS HOLTMANN

 Chris Holtmann improves to 4-0 when coaching against the Wildcats.

 Holtmann’s record against conference opponents improves to 22-11 at the helm of the Buckeyes.

 

KALEB WESSON

 Kaleb Wesson led the Buckeyes with 22 points, eight rebounds and four assists.

 The game marked Wesson’s 20th of the season scoring in double figures and fifth scoring 20-plus points.  Wesson’s 22 points in the contest put him at 721 for his career.

 Wesson finished 5-for-5 from the free throw line, reaching 200 made foul shots for his career (204-281).

 

KYLE YOUNG

 Kyle Young went 4-for-5 from the field, scoring eight points for Ohio State. He has made 26 of his last 33 field goal attempts (.788) in the last nine games in which he has played.

 Young grabbed four rebounds and dished two helpers for the Buckeyes.

 

DUANE WASHINGTON JR.

 Duane Washington Jr. scored eight points off the bench for the Buckeyes.

 Washington Jr. grabbed five rebounds, dished two assists and recorded a steal for Ohio State.

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